Solid Sands has introduced a new library qualification tool called the SuperGuard C Library Safety Qualification Suite – a requirements-based test suite for the C Standard Library with full traceability from individual test results back to requirements derived from the ISO C language specification. Read all about it in our brand new white paper.
Solid Sands launches its new product SuperGuard C Library Safety Qualification Suite to ease software approvals for safety-critical applications
Solid Sands, the world leader in compiler testing and validation, today announced the release of SuperGuard C Library Safety Qualification Suite. Within SuperGuard, the requirements and test specifications are documented for the C library tests, as already available in SuperTest.
Solid Sands, leading provider of compiler and library testing for C and C++, has joined forces with global automotive embedded systems specialist Vector for a specialist webinar which will enable attendees to make the right choices when programming for safety-critical applications.
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If functions from the C standard library are used in a safety-critical application, ISO 26262 requires verification of the library.
Codasip is a founding member of RISC-V International (formerly the RISC-V Foundation) and in 2015 became the first company to offer a commercial RISC-V IP core. Today, the company is a leading supplier of processor solutions for IC designers, offering products based on open standards such as the RISC-V ISA, LLVM and UVM.
Japanese semiconductor company ROHM Co., Ltd. was established in 1958 in Kyoto and has since come a long way. The company was named ‘ROHM’ after the letter ‘R’ in its original main product, resistors, plus ‘ohm’, the unit of resistance. In line with the company’s mission of ‘Quality is First’, the R now also stands for ‘Reliability’.
Advanced compiler optimisations are not always robust and well-tested. Recent experiments with optimisation testing have uncovered errors in every compiler technology available, leading to the conclusion that advanced optimisation testing is currently an underdeveloped skill of compiler developers, requiring urgent action.
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